The more I learn about faceting, the more I think there is
some kind of mysterious, and sometimes aggravating property to polishing.
Maybe the stone is picking up the energy signals from the faceter, or the
alignment of celestial bodies has to be just right. Whatever it is about
polishing that makes it so variable, I've come to the conclusion that if a
technique works for you, stick with it. That's because what works just dandy
for one person is a nightmare for others.
High Grade Friable Diamond Powder
LapidaryPro diamond is the highest quality synthetic diamond available. Unlike other diamond that rounds out when worn, LapidaryPro diamond is friable and retains sharp edges that continue to cut, even as the diamond particles wear down. So, less diamond is needed and it lasts longer.
LapidaryPro diamond is also very finely graded, which
means the powder is extremely uniform in size. So, it cuts like one
would expect it to, and with less of that problematic scratching that
is so well known to those of us who use loose diamond for grinding
|LapidaryPro High Grade Friable
|200,000 grit (1/8 micron)
|14,000 grit (1 micron)
Italdo Diamond Spray was the first diamond spray on the market
and it is still the best. Italdo contains the finest friable diamond, which continues
to expose a sharp edge to facilitate quick polishing, but without scratching.
Italdo uses the flotation method to grade their diamond grit. The floatation method
sorts out different grit sizes with incredible accuracy. The result is quick pre-polishing
and polishing, with no hazing or scratching caused by oversized diamonds. Italdo
uses a special water/oil carrier that is ideal for ceramic laps. We highly recommend
Italdo Diamond Spray on all types of pre-polishing and polishing laps. The spraying
action is done by a pump, so it contains no harmful CFCs.
This item can not be shipped outside the
|Italdo Diamond Spray
|1,200 (15 micron) ONLY 1 LEFT!